Grand Hotel

Address: 2 Nguyen Du St., Vung Tau, Vietnam | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2 Nguyen Du St., Vung Tau.
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      Travel Blogs from Vung Tau

      Long Tan

      A travel blog entry by danamartin on Sep 21, 2014

      10 photos

      ... there was more and more sand! When we arrived at our hotel we got our rooms and went straight into the pool! It was so hot! (May have worn my new watch and is now broken) And we then spent the rest of the afternoon shopping around the streets. We then got ready for dinner and hopped on the bus to travel 200m down the road to a place (that had free wifi) and it looked like ...

      The most beautiful beach in Vietnam - Vung Tau

      A travel blog entry by veschmidt45 on Feb 07, 2014

      20 photos

      ... helping people on and off the bus. Traffic again was very heavy but our skillful driver maneuvered around a myriad of cars and motorcycles. We always felt safe. I mean, mostly we felt safe.

      Three hours later we arrived in Vung Tau, a city along the South China Sea with its sparkling ocean waters and white sand beaches. Huyen Hoan's brother (Hoan) and family, Phuong and Huyen's mother ...

      3 Punctures 2 Sore Bum's 1 low flying Helicopter

      A travel blog entry by pmaustin on Nov 18, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... an enormous sense of achievement.

      We set off just after 07;00 am, the sun is still rising so we have about an hour before it gets hot, and actually we have a cooling breeze for a while. The traffic is manageable and as I said in the 1st blog we did a rekey of the road so know the way out of HCM city. The road we were using actually takes in a ferry crossing, we were the only cyclists on a boat full of motor bikes, as we got to get off all the ...

      Nui Dat

      A travel blog entry by sharyn.lidster on Sep 28, 2013

      19 photos

      ... Then back to HCMC through peak hour traffic, pouring rain and a driver who I would love to have taught to drive properly. However I wouldn't have changed places with him in that traffic. 2 hr drive to Ba Ria and then Vaung Tau which is near the former Australian base at Nui Dat Long Tan "the Horseshoe" Drive through Long Hai hills Continue along coastal road to Vung Tau. Visit White Villa and statue of ...

      Holy Heat and Our Home

      A travel blog entry by adamlauradoasia on Apr 09, 2013

      16 photos

      ... The grounds surrounding the statue were also quite beautiful as they were scattered with many different sculptures and gardens lining the pathways to the top of the hill on which the statue stood (which was actually quite the hike). Additionally, the view from the top (and from the shoulders of Jesus, which we were able to climb to) was amazing. Surrounded by ocean waters and over looking the entire city, it was worth the climb. That being said, the climb came at a cost. ...